Assertiveness training can help you become more effective at work and in your personal life – and protect you from being taken advantage of.


Assertiveness training will help you:

  • Make requests assertively
  • Say ‘no’ to unreasonable demands
  • Proactively address problems in the workplace
  • Boost your confidence and build your self-esteem
  • Ask directly for what you want
  • Learn the difference between Assertion and Aggression


Assertiveness skills help:

  • Build self-esteem & confidence
  • Manage conflict
  • Reach workable consensus with others without conflict
  • Feel better about saying ‘no’ without changing who you are
  • Set boundaries to protect yourself


Communication skills help:

  • Say ‘no’ and mean it, or negotiate a realistic alternative
  • Presenting clear messages
  • Handling difficult people and situations
  • Moving awkward situations forward
  • Manage conflict
  • Assertiveness in relationships help:
  • Stop being bullied or taken advantage of
  • Ensure you are ‘heard’ or valued
  • Stop constantly putting other’s needs before your own
  • Demand respect


Sexual assertiveness

Many people feel frustrated after sexual encounters. They feel under obligation and unable to take charge and define for themselves their own sexual needs and behaviour. Assertiveness training can help change this.